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Vol. 1, no. 1 (Sept. 24, 1912)-v. 65, no. 74 (Jan. 31, 1973).
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Summer issues also called: Summer school ed., <1915>-1920 and again in 1923; summer issues also called: Summer ed., <1921>.
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c. + + + + + + * + + + brary has copies members of several jf our facul-books FIRST METHODIST CHURCH J
written by
f."I Dr. L. School H. O. Enwahl, Teacher of College
I I ty. "Social Adaptation, by t 9:40 Sunday ,

illtt ALUMNI NEWSB. + M. Bristol, was awarded the David t Class.Preaching. 1

: + A. Wells prize for the year" 11:00 and 7:30. Epworth League 6:30. \
ta W. AMES + 1914-15. "Selections From Ovid, 1
+ ______--------- 1
l + with introduction, notes and yoab- -------- i
+ M. W. OVERSTREET ----------- --
I' !1 l J, + ulary by Dr. James N. Anderson,
e is much used as a college text. "A I }
+ + + + + + + + + + + + + + +. + -* + + -+ in Sec- Sunshine with Christmas ,
----- --- ---- -- ----- ---- Comparison of Tendencies Scatter Cards .

ALUpINI :NOTES '09 Frank G. Wilson has disposed ondary Education in England and
the United States," by Dr. JamesW.
of his share in Wilson
_. :t 1'I Florida and Alumni Teachers that in the are school Principals Brothers Vulcanizing Shop ir. I Norman, is a Columbia education.Uni- I A Greeting Card costs so little,
work Gainesville, and has moved f> versity contribution to
of the State are doing a great Educa-
Lakeland where he will assist his "Function of Secondary
I for Florida.graduates It is and surprising former how students father in publishing the Florida tion" by Dr. Joseph Roemer was I I :- But Means So Much

many these Christian Advocate. written while he was connectedwith .-.

positions there over are the occupying State. At the '12 E. Frazier Thomas has secured Sam Houston Normal Insti- I e

recent State Fair in Jacksonville, the contac to build the tute as nrofessor of education. II I We have the best line in the State 3
of Play and
in- the bridge over the St. Johns River "The Municipalization ,
booth <
,. ;. the Teachers College connecting Lafayette and AlachuJ Recreation" is a new book by Dr.J. I
University Building had a pennanton
counties. R. Fulk. A dissertation on "The
school which
: the wall for every
had Florida graduate or former Virginia Committee System and
student at its head, and the pennants The Alumni section of the Kentucky the American Revolution, by in I
were strung all along one Kernel is conducting quitean J. M. Leake, may be found
J i side and the back of the booth interesting contest as to which Volume 35 of Johns Hopkins I

r Many people, ourselves included, graduating class has the highest Studies_ in Historical and Political ---------------- .
t were surprised to learn that there percentage of its members wh Science. --
have their Alumni dues and
.1 are so many. paid $
:M H. C. Johnson, '22 who is principal are subscribers to the college pa. NOTICE T
.; -1 at Alachua says that his pupils per. So far it is a close race. Thisis : December 14th will be the last I THE PHIFER STATE BANK
1 read every copy of the Alligator the second tim we have made day on which Sophomores aid
and look over his copies reference to the Kentucky Krnel, Juniors can have their pictures I GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA
; of the Seminole with keen interest but, with the live wire they have made for the Seminole. Please I

Every time they hear of some at the head of their Alumni department see about this as soon as possibl. I II

F : ., such celebrity as "Ark" Newton, we feel justified in doing -I IIe
F "Red"' Mounts, Ray Dickson, so. The Alligator, in co-opsr- 1
; ".'- "Shorty"* Gunn, etc., they look up I ation with Mr. O* yrr.e, is going + + + + + + + + + 1I
t s: his picture in the Seminole and! I to publish soon some similar data I EVERYTHING POINTS TO BEST VALl
know him as well as though they showing which class of Florilagrads
;. & had been to Florida themselves. have the highest percentage. I
In a Made-To-Measure Suit. Workmanship, Best i\\ ,
: Also, the majority of the students Better get in your subscript'onif + .
t" in Prof. Johnson's school have already you have not done so, and help rics and most favorable prices-Suits $22 to $50 Tailor a

made up their minds to go put your class at the top of the Cleaning:, Pressing and Alternig

i to Florida or the State College list. PHONE 511
for Women.

i The rest of you Alumni that are We have made some note in FLA. U. BOYS- NICK DAl\IATO-TAILOR
in the high schools of the State, every recent issue of the Gator,
.. : j see that your school gets a copy as to how splendidly the Alumni
I{ of the Gator and put your Seminoles (were backing up the school and t.L-
: out for the boys and girls to the team at the football games.
{1 read. If you can think of any better Many letters of encouragement This is Your Store-
l way to put the University of and offers of assistance have beet \ I

} t', f Florida before them, by all means received; they have traveled many Ii i II COLSON STUDENT ROOMING HOUSE(
f' r ; do it, end incidentally, let us know miles to be present at the games; You' r Welcome
1 FO that we can pass the good word they have talked Florida and her i iI i '
1 1
along. team all over the State; and the I Nice rooms, twin beds, large closets, run
+- I y '20 E. H. Hurlebaus made a whole student body knows that here when in Tampa
with shower baths aa
4 t ;; short visit to the University last we have a bunch of Alumni to b? water in every room
: Monday in regard to work on his proud of.
I Opposite Science
: Master's degree. He is located at Two men are deserving of special -When need sleeping porches.

f j 1 St. Petersburg where he has the mention this time. CliffoH you i if f I DICK STANLY, Agent, at Mrs. Ramsey'
t ; Pinellas County territory as salesman Walker, '22, traveled from San- !

; for the Gulf Fertilizer Co. ford; Jack McDonald, '22, from Clothes we'll be glad I
f '94 General A. H. Blanding is Fort Pierce, both carried their instruments .
: I now located at Leesburg where he and donned the old band I II I ,

t_ 1 manager of the Lake County uniform, .joining in the parade and to serve you. I ,
Citrus Sub-Exchange. playing at the FloridaClemsongame !
r j i f '20 L. L. Blackburn, who was in Jacksonville. Florida has PLAYER PIANOS! PLAYER PIANO!

i principal of the Blountstown a splendid band this year, equal to
f schools_ for the- past two years, any in the State, but when the old
has returned to the University to ranks with gcb
grads join
I our We are Distributors for the famous KRANICH & BAfi'
V 1 complete his Masters degree. sticks and Iiper> naes: we know WOLF BROTHERS
t f .'16 B. D., Adams is principal 'that we have the best band in ,, WURLITZER PIANOS and PLAYER 1

the school at Archer. the country. Jack and Cliff; we furnish you with player rolls. We are also statc-w
1 '11 Dr. O. F. Burger is now in thank you. .1 distributors for HOLTON BAND INSTRUMENTS II
: Bradentown, checking up on his Tampa
LEEDY DRUMS. Write for Catalog.
i experimental spraying that vicini Many of the County Clubs jn

f ty. the campus are planning to givethe
I 10 Rev. E. C. Calhoun, pastor High School graduating classin M. L. PRICE MUSIC COMPANYTampa
of the Methodist Church of Lake their home town some sort of

';' City, was successful in the recent entertainment during the coming i and Zack Streets TAMPA, FLOUniversity
Prayer Meeting Contest, result- Christmas vacation. Every one I,
;. ing in a tie with the Church at of them will heartily'appreciate
r i Gainesville, of which Rev. I. ,C. any help the Alumni can give for .1.1j Representative, W. J. Cody
Jenkins, 06, is pastor. Both of this affair. College boys ate + + + + + + + + +
these old alumni are working herd usually "broke," so you may rest j !
to win the tie for his church. assured you can be of service financially -
'05 Fritz W. Bucholz has recently if in no other way. Theyare ::n $

} moved from Gainesville to going to invite you, so be !:
Rocky Point. He will continue to present at their gathering and *et w!:
serve as principal of the schools} the graduating class know (we MEET ME AT
'9 4 4 of Gainesville. hope it won't be for the first time) !in:
'14 H. G. Clayton attended the that you are a Florida man. Speakto x

Marion County Fair at Ocala, Nn?. the fellows as you see them on s
I 27. to Dec. 1, where he judged the the street this vacation and let ifiS ifiW MILLER'S F
live-stock. them know that you still have
1 '99 Barney Colson is rejoicing: the Florida spirit. .
s over the arrival of a son. !
4. I I '17 H. L. Dozier appeared be- 1 LIBRARY HAS BOOKS BYFACULTY We Are At Your Service'I
T fore the Federal Hotticural Board MEMBERS. i ix
,, 1 meeting in Washington, where he No Place Like Home and Miller's
I gave expert information corcern- Students of the university will if "j
1 ing camphor scale. be interested to know that the li- !ffi:
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rL;: CALENDAR I the affirmative I
had, thus ,0 ; >
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-Kappa Sigma Found- presented no proof, and backed this :: We Invite' College Men to See and Our
s Day SIlKb, K. S. House, 7:30 assertion by Try1ts qn
a most .. .
withering : .
criticism .i- >:< ).o 1"1- _- ,_
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opponents: :
arguments. -
Dec 15-Beta Pi Dance. WornRIBBON This slanderous : :
reflection > -* .
CIab. Informal. forensic :/ ;
prowess was mere thane .. -' .
I hot, Southern temper of Mr.: '

THETA SOCIETY Mason could endure, and there was : STEIN CLOTHES -S
D.CE BRILLIANT EVENT fire in his eyes as he took the floor + -
!The first of the series of Uni- I for the affirmative rebuttaL With I .-
: of Florida fraternity thunderous -:- -. .
rsity tones he I
obtained the : $30 .
-te 'xes. and other social events of I recognition of the Chair and $$5 $-15.r .
vtek-end was a football theI.. .
.3 windcws rattled for the next three ,! >

r.'t given by the Theta Ribbon f minutes while he addressed the ,, ? Specially designed for the straight, slim figures of Varsity men-tailored: 0 0 .
iczety at the'omans Club I judges with such impassioned eloquence j X to look as good in the
evening.Pronipuy as they do in who showcase. Some of the
may as Yew have heard fall from i : models have :
at nine-thirty odock lips inverted-pleat backs that finish with a belt.
any save those of Dr. Sweet. j I ,
>b Swan. n's Floridians began But it was in vain; for when the 14. Some have bellows shoulders; also belt>d. Some have patch pockets that J
umpiring1 of the tat"hits" (
i program decision :
cf the judges was rendered : button through, other patch pockets are pIa: Some
wiich together with are two button. Some
;: I it was found to be two to one I I are three button. 5 .

pease t t in favor <:f the negative, sustain- I >. .

: their victories j ing R. L. Hodges and F. M. Wor- I : All in all it's a showing that reveals the finest in fabrics and fit i.. led make-.... :. :
sembrancef ley against E. E. Mason and F. S. 0 L'3DShip. Extra value is, of course to be expected.
de the event one of delight Wright. I .
sin start to finish. The next two numbers on the j Super-Fine -0 +
"''F; tbaU" was the keynote of program were The Life of Mo- I, < Ederheimer-Stein Stilts ::t Fifty and Sixty Dollars .,

e! unique affair, and the ideas Here" by R. M. Mason, and ""Go0 .

f rcefoLy brought out by the ethals and the Panama Canal" by I C .
MEN :,\J
'::al programs done in the soy C. T. Davies. Both of which were j I ; ... ',. T- BOYS WEAR .
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of crimson. Just inside :
w: very interesting and instructive. :
the rules of the |! -.
ever I The constitution of the society ,

jaaces. a?, "N'o holding or trip- was then read by the secretary: j i

:g or unnecessary roughness al- j and the meeting turned over to the j! Porter -
ed.- "Penalty for_ excessive transaction of business. i\ Q !

Lies-oaf On the back
>pms was a list of the mem- seconded and carried that the ., Co. .
7h T?. the old man being the Var7 time and place of meeting be
h crew and the pledges tberobs. changed to Mrnday evening in the .

: Law College. So after December \ & .
[The dance was divided into I llth, the Farr Literary Society .
j .
Calves: of six dances each. Just ,I will meet at i:*O p.m. on Monday |j V z ; JACKSONVILLE, CORNER BAY AND LAURA 4'a

nor to the end tf the first half evenings, in the auditorium of the j .

_e referee blew his whistle for Law College. j T I
ne.out" and Jimmie Clark en- --- .. .
rd in costume, bringing hwe .

.z F: e o... with him. He danced Dec. 11, 1922. V f f;

i .- f his interpretive dances The Farr Literary Society will 0 FT .
iLi.: was enccred again and I I meet in the auditorium of the .. .. ..+ v. + + .. ) ..+--

|;ai". Daring the time-out fornoIv'C3 Teachers College :Monday evening
; the teams and rooters were at 7:60 p.m. The program will be

km! refreshments of froaeasi'.ad. a debate between the Farr Lit-

t : sandwiches and coffee erary Society and the Benton Engineering -

; :*e scrubs. Society
r Qf'::jus of the dance were Prof.Iri "Resolved that the United States

Mrs. Cody referees; Dr. and Congress should prohibit strike

|ln. J. M. Farr umpires; Mr. and on the part of all eap&oyees ef

It"= Fi".ley Cannon timekeeper; -railroads engaged in iatetstat

Major and Mrs Van Fleet, and ilr. commerce." i

ra dlr. W. G. Kline field jndre3. I Tj VERY tourist and motorist knows
Pe:!"$s,ra: side-lines were "qaGtd" *-/ the
VILLR. aggravation-yes danger-of '
a: the end of each dance oaie ,
program.: The Armory in Jacksonville wa s dusty roads and streets. Every farmer

the scene of a merry crowd fol- suffers the loss of
The ?
squad vn arrangements a revenue when crops
the nl' da-Georgia
s man Green. Leon M. Ba er, bwiag are sprayed with
Freshman game. In spite of the grit and dirt from
Ferris, O.
urge Calhoun Fteyd
Green. Harry Lee Creary, and fact Jaat other dances were seheafuntished dusty highways. Every woman knows

__ir: Duncan. bv :Rob Swansea's; Floridian the burden and cost of maintaining
both occasions made tile ;
I Y<.arg ladies present included on clean homes by the side
Bled for the evening, the largest I of dusty '
the :local society contingent of the
crowd of the season gathered at thoroughfares.
city aided by many visitors from
the Armory to give vest ta tb.trcheerful \1 l
vict.riI I
feeling-rafter so
sad other places. I
oas an afternoon.
Following the Fkrda. Iems.n: t
The first part of the program same on Saturday afteraoo. an f i Jjck
I equally crowd of :- I
large young pe
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was taker up in a debate, Re- I ,
pie gathered hi the same place
sTh3: the eksed shop would
Every one was
benefit the American people as a the same purpose. _
music t ,
mood, and the
in a peppy
whole. "Rats Camp and Johnson
upheld: the affirmative and u. GYounjr dances what they should have .

and M- F. Ham' t-, the been. I PAVEMENTS .

tesgative. TR judges decided in favor PEABODY CLUB ,

of the affirmative, alt cugD eliminate
The program for Mcnday aht these aggravations dangers -
stror'inrs were brought up by ..tiI Thsrsnielt losses ,
was po-stpoeed burdens and
costs for the
both s:ies. wear-
night and the tine gives to signet -
C. C. Collins gave a weD pni !'- practice for foetl alL ing surface is so tough, hard and dense

pare1 i 1:5* of current events. The attendance at Peabody was that it produces no dust. Equal merit

J. A. Hudson teLl of his trip te large and the signal practice was with brick in respect to dustlessness
the Jacksonville, aad
State Fair at football team under .*
gud. The
of t-.e many sights sees by the management of Mr. Bait seems r,. may be claimed for other pavements,

stock: judgirg: team whale there. fee well prepared for the gave but none can offer the combination of

Mr. Smith. a graduate of tIter .- with the Lawyers Tuesday of.Fr !- dustlessness and
!an r'f: Wircoosiu gave a durability. Brick
sort .1k showing that: men in mmm Much interest has been shows pavements, therefore, are dustless, safe

f agriculture. sh.uld t able to taS rbefore sanitary
e for footbaBIt is hoped that: tae and-durable. ,... -6.
a crowd. Dr. Sheeley madea dub meaibers will show the sane

few remarks to the dub ateng Merest toward the debating -, -

the lines of p8It is spendebztag. :.** team. Do not forget t8 be eat NATIONAL PAVING BRICK

Thursday night. Year presence.
Ag. basketball was dismissed will show the debating team that MANUFACTURERS ASSOCIATION
and IL M. Smith was eected managed backing thees.
you are
I of the team. '
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subject, -Resolved, That a On Wednesday evening at eigtt
- 1IIlif\rwa divert law should ke established dock the class ia "Sociohrgy A

by ComgrtssV* was the riff give a ree? o. for tbe r ro-
base of ereosk contention at: the:: flfSS8IS wile have been so lid ito Durable

lat Fair Litt. meefeig. A:! wen: f give us lectures during silt t t

caamty and in the rebartM: 'o i e,use. It w'II be k-l ia '.

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it .:! THE FLORIDA ALLIGATORI account ATHLETICSOn of the tie of the -f" .. ...n:..... RA

., -I Lawyers and Aggies Friday eve- \,:

i i! as second class matter, September 29, 1912, at the Post ning, the intercollege football .

: '\\'I office at Gainesville, Florida, under the acts of March 3, 1879. will ranged not schedule protrude for into interclass the ar DO YOU BUY SDITSj

.. football and will necessitate hav-' ...s
,FREDERIC H. LANGWORTHY ______________Editor-in-Chief ing the interclass football afterChristmas. r-
Furthermore, no in- : :
ROBERT WRAY ._._____._.__._..________..__.____.._Managing Editor ball will be
-. HUBERT WEEKS __________...........__......Assistant :Managing Editor played tercollege until basekt after the holidays, OR 2 SUITS A YEAR?

., .,\ R. A. CARLTON .__..,__..____.. .':......._.__.._._._.......________Sport Editor as boys need all their time for
,. ; :.1 W. RUSSELL KING ..____........._.-----------------Make-up Editor the near tests.
't K. K. HANSEN ..._.....__._______.........___......__........________,______Joke Editor Dr. Manchester wishes to meet YOU buy six suits or more a '
,: : FRANK ELMORE, EDGAR BUSBEE ..:....___.__...__.Society Editors all prospects for a good swimming IIP
for Florida at i2o.clock' can get away with two
; 1 B. W. AMES ............._.___.___..._..:::_.---.....---...----___.Alumni EditorM. team 12, in you
: Tuesday, December .
4 W. OVERSTREET ....-----....--!:.=---.:------ Asst. Alumni Editor the Y. M. C. A. building. Come or three radical patterns, because
'1 N. D. St. JOHN .__.._____..__.____.-....._._._.______Exchange Editor out boys and learn the usefulness you don't have to wear '
: .1 VIRGIL M. BRADSHAW ..._...._-J.:._.._...._____._MILITARY EDITOR of water.St. .
f ,,I Reporters: Franklin West, G., H. Bee, W. Emmons, B. Gamble, Johns' athletes went down them, so long that people think, '

; i ,; i Usner, Don C. Booth, R. E.'Glenn, C. D. Keen, G. \Iartel.J.. D. in decisive defeat to the Spry you haven't anything else. But if
> Sibert, T. W. Parhan i Leon boys when the finals of the
I ,I ,!. volley ball tournament were plav- you buy only two or three suits a'
t .i i ed in the Gym Thursday evening,
.i O>.:, HORACE WILSON .---------____._.;_.______.________.___Business Manager December 7.Subscribe. year, stick to staples, or at least,

'' ," D. A. RAMBO ..-----____._____._._.. ..Assistan: Business Manager to quiet patterns. There are men
f !it "'jt for the Alligator and
in this town walking around in
t patronie Gator advertisers.
i NATIONAL EDUCATION WEEK blues and grays and dull browns

't Upon the walls of our majestic Congressional Library at ORGANIZATION OF POETS and subdued mixtures that
t f Washington is written this sentence. : CLUB .
;, ''! "The foundation of every state is the education of its ;youth." Can you write poetry? If' you sold them two and even three

j' We do not know whose lips first uttered or whose pen first traced are at all talented at writing: years ago, and they still look
f, ;; these words, but long before the foundations of that great struc- poetry and would like to see your
talent receive its deserved recog- dressed to the minute because-
ture were laid, patriotic men and women seeking a barrier against the
nition the join
on campus
; ignorance and a bulwark against anarchy wrote into the Constitution Poets Club which will be organized GET THIS-the dignity of the

1 'J 'of our several states and,made provision for the education this week. patterns never wears our!!
C!:. It 1 of the youth of America. Since then we Americans have boastedof The first meeting will be held
.' I; ;. our enlightment and we have made tremendous strides in the io Room 22, Buckman Hall, Tues- Winter Suits in Patterns of
field of science art and day evening, December: 12th at
industry, but in the most essential work
7:30 o'clock.
{, of all we have been negligent. Ignorance and illiteracy are the Right shoulder pencils, poets. Refinement
f ; cause of the woes and ,misery of Alvin Owsley, they .
new National Commander the American Legion, says: "The Get your paper from :McDowall: ,
;;', ; American Legion enjoys the opportunity to champion the cause 103 Thomas Hall. $25 to $60

,l' of education for the masses of the American people. Edu-
cation for patriotic citizenship must be the first consideration of The Atlanta papers in givingout ;

'" the leaders of American thought for the next generation. The tentative suggestions as to KEAT WARREN CO.
Legion its best efforts call an All-Southern football team.
pledges ; we upon every patriotic citizen
mention Shorty Gunn as one of
l to join in this commendable undertaking" Alvin Owsley represents of ,
the "fastest and best centers --
the voice of the American Legion; the American Legion i the year." There have been no actual I 15-17 Laura StreetJACKSONVILLE
represents the voice of the American people all ovr the country. slections given out as ye*_ I
In America, as in no other place upon earth, the necessity of education They also mentioned Newton PS FLA.
.. t is recognized as the most stable foundation for true patriotism one of the best halfbacks.Dr. .

; true citizenship and true living.
I .
",. Sweet: "Trichina is a dan-
gerous poison found in ham, and
t s OLD WORLD AND NEW WORLD I unless it is well cooked cannot be

i Colby College (Maine) is sending five chosen student debaters killed." ifiifi ..
': on a two-thousand-mile trip throughout the Middle West. They "Rat" Lawyer: "If trichina is GRAND

.1 ; will discuss the negative side of the same question with eight college in eggs'the ham is cholrea in the ifiifi OPENING DAY CELEBRATIONand

1. teams. The question is: "Resolved, That the Principle of
"' Dr. Sweet: "No! Hogs don't lay ifi
f the Closed Shop is Justifiable." The New York Herald finds the ifiifi
# eggs. 1C SALE
f choice of this subject very significant: __
I ifiifi .: Thursday, December 14th to 16th >
j : "The selection of such a topTglflJustrates the practice in institutions -' ;.
for Every One
P : of higher education in America of taking cognizance of ifi ifiifi t'

j ,questions which pertain to the industrial and political life of the lG)2fJ.l KCt AK. A YOU GO ifiifi THE REXALL STORE NO. 2 ti
l present day. How wide is this departure from the scholastic 719 W. University Avenue ; I

j ideals which obtain in many foreign colleges and universities may .,-ic-ic.-ic-icicicicicunctriEieicmEuru-i.--.-.--........:..... ... n ft*",:nnnt1hhh.>,.............._._._.::h__.______-r:
i "be judged by a comparison of this{ topic with the subjects still ,
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t set for thought and discussion in "England's oldest university. At +....4.444.41

Oxford some of the competition ppen to students are prizes ,: BOYS WHEN YOU BUY SEED BE SURE TO GET THEM I 1

given for the best essays on Latin Verse, English Essays, Politi- !. -FROM- $

cal Economics, Classical Learning.Greek Prose and Poetry, Eng- THE SEMINOLE SEED f '

lish Verse, Moral Philosophy and others. Unquestionably the !+ G AINESV ILLS, COMPANY_ :,

talent wide range to make of a these mark subjects, and also gives helps the to opportunity develop the intellectual for special:j I II I f I..::4............... .......FLORIDA.q.....4

; power of the men who take part in the competition." Few of f -
1 these fields of competition are concerned with the "class of subjects i' KODAKPictures I

::1 i to which the topic chosenfoy the Colby debating team be-; I 1

i longs. ; 3ft I 1 ( I UNIVERSITY.MBN

i about the
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4 That the exhibit of the University of Florida in Jacksonville; campus your class- h

s' :was probably the most significant if not the most intersting exhibit -I mates, for example, with Demand Value and style ji 'a 1
_* ; at the State Fair, is the statement of the Pensacola Journal theirsnugsombreros that ;
in an editorial devoted, to the story of "Florida's" achievementsthere. I grow smaller with each Society Brand Clothes i er.

It states further: "In this work the University of Floridais rain-are fun to make .Hanan Shoes, Manhattan Shirts, Knox Hats t tAre r.
putting into practice the plan first devised and perfected by now and grow pricelessin
the University of Wisconsin. Florida is just beginning to your senior year. featured lines in the Giddens Sttre. j j j j

1 I make use of this splendid educational scheme, and already results You know, of course, that Mail Orders a Specialty.
.are showing. Florida is by no means the youngest state in the I the folks back home would

:Union, but our State University is the youngest. It has grown appreciate the story-telling ., I
ij with the inevitable rapidity that is the story of all state universities pictures you can send them. "

and following the Wisconsin idea is literally lifting the Picture making the Kodak .If'. .' ,. -. ,>>. : ,- ....' "' -," > ,' ,,-_,.: < ,"' '41;!'_. _.. ..'".,'.... ,/ '..":.
'state by its own boot-straps. ? The greatest thing in Floridaby way is easy and enjoyable. ,.,
-- all odds the greatest thing in Florida-is her State University. .. Come in and we'll show you.
4' The greatest story told at the fair is the story of our State t.
University's achievements."
dutcgraphic Kodakr *
: I 6.50 up *#
I Don't delay the game. When Bob Earnest says, "Have your HENRY GIDDENS CLOTHING. CO.
pictures made!I" do so. You are holding up the publication of the BAIRDHARDWARE :" r. f
Seminole when you continue putting it off. And you'll probably be CO. TAMPA, FLORIDA

1 ready to criticize when the Seminole has not come out when you Phone 7 ,
; expected it. The staff is working for your interests, back themJUMEIHi

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culty representatives from each which are nightmares to all opposing j, ally for Captain Duncan on the 1
literary society on the campus. safeties. ,other end. \ t 4

The said judges are not to be Lawrence Case played his first In behalf of the second team : J t '

SPORTS, selected from the college represented year with the Gator clan-, and their a share ip the seasons' vie- t l 1-
in the debate. displayed a brand of speed and tories is as vital as the work of } .
fight that made him a capable the first string. Always a standing i J.
These debating contests arc running mate for the Speedy; w. ready to step into the shoes .' t : t
held annually between the five ton, at halfback. of their bigger teammates and i ,

colleges on the campus. The Stewart Pomeroy played his when such af opportunity came HtW. "
siioifrv SAYS season game with the Universityof judges grade the teams by per third year this season, and his they never failed ton enlarge f. t ;t -!
Law took it's course on Tues- Southern California in ,Pasa- centage. The winning team hav- I work as an advancer of the ball upon the glory already achievedby 5 : .
day and the Teachers were taught dina on New Years. f received a large amount of comment the varsity. fJ, i-
ing the lowest will debate -
their lesson. -- t I in every game in which he These men that formed this reserve i.-!
Somehow another the champions of the pre performed.For .
or the Sophs strength, and who. deserve F r t
A little art and too much made a successful shoe raidin vious year, then the winder of the tackles, no two bette" special mention are, John A. t ,
science proved the undoing of the the dormitories this week and di 1 that will meet with the team with! men could have been found than Murphree at quarterback Oneal -, : ;
Fighters and Figures on Wednes- not restrict* their shoe taking' habit the highest! percentage for the Art Doty and Robbie Robinson. Cox and Wade Mahahnah at the ..,':. ..t t
day. I to Track shoes alone. finals.' The winning team in this They are fast charging, hard Halves Ozzy Bie at Full, Buck f Jf' t
i, ,. ;] ..... I : I last tackling men, who have the bad Carlton and Wyatt .at Center. j, r,. .
f contest gains possession of. tit'
Glover Miller almost created a I A. &S. 1 habit of always getting into all Hrs? and Hendry at Guard' "Ji. t' z F
sensation when o he intercepted an I TEAM WILL the Faculty Loving Cup for the the opponents"'pl yS. In addition' Matthews and Raasch at Tackles, i' ,F.F.I I f

Engineer pass and started toward ensueing year, but it must be held they always were capable of with Joe Merrin and Ralph Sim- ; t't t ,

the Engineer goal. Regardlessof MEET ENGINEERSIN three years in succession beforeit opening large holes in any line.. mons on the wing positions. : ;#,E '.;
the Arts and Science start, becomes the permanent propertyof that they faced. In summing up the season's re- d L ..

they have a good end. FORENSICSFirst either society. The winners of For the guard positions come suits we find that nine games 'jf tr ,.
in Scott, Byrd, Burnett, Norton, were played. Two defeats were ; :;
this from first ""l
cup are exempt the :! .
Johnson's long after intercepting ; two meets. At present the John and Hodges. These men playeda registered against us, one by Fur- t x
wonderful all and man 7 to 6, and by Harvard ?\ ;
a Lawyer pass was {he of Series on December Marshal Debating society of the game season r. i.
main feature of the Lawyer fib: upset the dope for the pessimistswho to 0. In addition to these are
: 11th; Teacher-Ag De- law College hold the Faculty Cnn,
struggle. I predicted that the Florida: seves victories, viz, Rollins, Tam- i
bate and has held it for two years jn
Postponed guard positions would be weak pa Legion, Howard MississippiCollege :
succession ..
several times but never
.o'nl -- due to the of Tulane, oglethorpe.and h <
Trinon, Lawyer backfield anis inexperience some
been able to hold it for the third .
a real football player. The Intercollegate debates b-- I of the players. However the'.tt- Clemson. These teams include .' -
gin December 11, when the Art year. verse is true in- the light of! the some of the best fcarns in the 1 ",--
Every representingthe
Long live Capt. Robbie, a and Science debating teams will University year meet teams of other J seasons results. d'r ." South, and they were all defeated ,
great captain of a great team. meet the Engineers to determine, colleges and universities., In In the pivot position ,Long"Shorty" by substantial scores. tf'
through their genius of argument 1921 our Florida team met the Gunn, stood head, anJ In the light of this record, together ,
The Ags certainly deserve a and speech, whether Congress Louisiana State University team shoulders above any one else; in with the Dixie champion- ..
great deal of credit for the should prohibit strikes o's which had been victorious for the line, literally speaking*''He ship record of the rats, it is safa t
splendid manner in which they the part of employes engaged in more than ten years, and defeated had a hard fast snap to his paW-- to predict that next season will "'
fought against them heavy op- interstate commerce The Arts them. This' year our team Is es, coupled with a quick charge. see Florida turn out a team that ';
ponents from the Law College and Science team composed of to meetthem again at Baton He was a power on defense; and will smash to pices the greatest I ,
Roy Haskins and Gerald Bee will Rouge, La., on March 9th. Florida few;, gains were recorded p41 jhis opposition in Dixie. 'r
Now that the football seasoi attempt to prove the affirmative submitted the question: Re- territory. .'
has ended, let's turn to the next while H. E. Knight and W. J. solved that manufacture of arms! "Red"' Mounts and HockinstaJat : t STETSON TENNIS TEAM DEFEATED ,i I";

sport, basket ball. With prac- Yarnoff of the Engineers team and munitions by private concerns ends come ire for a large FLA 7.1t
tically all of last year's capers will take the negative. These should be prohibited by international amount of praise. "Red", played -- *
back and an excellent bunch ro- worthy speakers will meet in Peabody agreement. Louisiara in hard luck most of the !season (Continued from Page 1) r J k

crated from the high schools the auditorium on Monday night, State accepted and took kthe nega with injured shoulders, but he 6-3. \ r
University should place to win Dec. 11.The tive. The tryouts for this debate never quit coming back and per- Edgar and Rhodes defeated f'

ners in the field. Teachers and Ags wee: will be held at Peabody auditorium i.- formed admirably under this Crawford and Line, 2-6, 7-5, 5-7. f, ..,
scheduled to meet on December Tuesday night, Jan. 16th at handicap. Hockinstad was shifted Dr. Manchester, Carrol Fusael, \:
Official baseball score let out 12 but this debate has been postponed seven-thirty, and the judges for from fullback to end in mid-sea- and Raymond Plockleman were !I\l: J
this week show two St. Louisianaat until after Christmas as these tryouts will consist of one son and developed into a grew judges of play. \i I 4
the head of each major league Murphree Hinson, One of the im'portant faculty member from each of Via J
batting list. George Sisler for debaters on the Teachers colleges to be selected by the debating -
the Browns and Rogers Hornsby team received a broken arm in council.
for the Cardinals are the leaders, the Lawyer-Teacher football gam 3
'with Ty Cobb the Tiger's lea lor on December 2 and would not be RATS OVERPOWER SOPHS N. A V ERA
and Red Russel a Buccaneer as able to take part. The Teachers AND WIN ANNUAL

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second annual football 1 banquet and Murphree Hinson, and
' make all kind sot alterations, and repairing and give you a fit. We
was enjoyed at the White the Ags of C. O. Bratley and O. (Continued From Page One)
House Friday night, at which R. Davis. The subject of this in hard luck most of last. season dye to live. .
Robbie Robinson was elected as debate will be the Bonus Bill. came back so strong that he ,1' :

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three members of the debating stituting. Besides he sends long, pi
will play a :post council which is composed of fa snaky, spirals down the fiiHt < .

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'l !f A fast guy is a fellow that can check, and as you leave, inadvertently Although Mr. THE UNIVERSITY BOOK STORE :
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; leave Capt. Ryder's Mil Science at drop your gloves on the comment on I ..,, t
t i ':13 and get to Dr. Leake !9 piano, and leave them. Return the understood that Basement Language Hall '
: f' x d0ck. History class on time. next morning at nine o'clock, with on Benny t I
i' your gloves as an excuse. If the ,
College, for I 1I I
f.. f. Over in the Ag. Club Monday young lady appears at the door .
r 1 I night Jimmie Hudson was on the with her hair done up in curling geeral opinion

'J' 1, program .to tell about the State papers, wearing bed-room slip seems to be in 1 I New Lin eof University Jewelry and Stationery, Large I 1 1I
j, Fair in Jacksonville. Jimmie elu.'f pers, and a kimono, ask for your nings also. His
i' ndateJ voluminously on the vary gloves and beat it. But if the opponent, Bill I Assortment of Pennants, Freshman Caps, Memory
i _
:; ; day exhibits and then told of a answers your ring fully dressed I
I ,I ;' trip through several industrial with a rose in her neatly arrangedhair Mr. Scamp is t Books, Etc.

1 :: establishments in the C'ty. He had! and in an attractive house cuses Jennings I
'f'i j- ondactd his I stener through dress, pop the question, and quickly : slush-fund, and --
' $ :' i i" the fertilizer factory, the ice cre'tnt for you are lookirg at a ganda on the ........ .. ..... .... ....
; i :j&ctory and W-g well stariei treasure. denies this '
d 1 I- The next. place we went to iajspeeV that the best I SHOES REPAIREDBY J
E continato, "\v't "We will pursue this subject I:.>
J +;. thc Armour meat factory." Everybody further," as the keeper said when Excitement is !
of the .
t. but Jimmie did: .t come
applauded lunatic
the fleeing jumped over ;
i :t ace the joke for several seconJ the precipice.Al COMPANY !
'f. At last he said, ''A'Tjaur packing I This would be t 5
\ louse I mean." Moore never misses a chanceto exchange : Shoes Called for and Delivered Work Guaranteed
boost Arcadia and the surround paper next week

In the same meeting Jimmie was J ing country. About the first of published in the f TELL T. P. WINTER, AGENT, 35 BUCKMAN: t

:., .! lellirgabout the stock judgia5eama I school he got into a heated dislin- the"A new' fad) ; ............ .. ..... ... .
; at the fair. He pratetiPlant sion on the relative fertility of
Day, when a -------------------
.. ;- City" boys hihly saying various sections of Florida. After -----1 1
t That Plant City crowd wathi...' listening for a time in silence to College, whom ,
.;. hardest team we had to beat and the several arguments put forthhe proved to be a Greenleaf & Crosby Company t
l 1 &s a result they beat us/' I volunteered this information peared at the

.f'I'I "Last month a boy living 03: a tween 1 JEWELERS I
+ burg on
ij I farm the outskirts of Arcadia
: Crenshaw Collins in Ag. Club on
j ;, told of a new method devised for climbed a cornstalk to see what cheeks neatly I
I. Identifying cows. Says CrershawTh the country around there looked! dents have I 1 Jacksonville, Florida I
like from the air. When had going ti take
5 I y make prints of the cows he
i I noses in this new method just! like satisfied his curiosity, he startedto MHgator none have been( t Medals, Class Rings and Pins. CommitI I
i : climb downbut found hi-
They 4o of people.? to
dismay that the stalk was grow da. t tees in search of loving cups or trophies,

-; "WHO'S WHO AT TilE U. OF F. ing faster than he could come -40o f suitable for Golf, Tennis or other athletic I
Landon Fuller down. His cries for help were :
;... landon Fuller is the strong, faintly heard by his mother whe I [ Auerbach's | I events, will find it an easy matter to t

d)lent man among the officers of r raised the alarm to the neighbor f t t Choose from selection packages which we
: the students body. He is the secretary hood. The fire company was I will I \
I gladly send
t upon approval.
and it can be said to his summoned but their ladders \ier. t I
credit that he is the first secretary I not equal to the task. Finally l J c. j j! ,
t', the student body had had in I three men took a contract to chop __ jI ------------------...-..
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t&ree who oft the stalk down with but I
years can record one axes, hv TT T YV VVVVVVV.VV 99..9..
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: Jimmy Bojd's motions without that time the plant was growingso :'
) j Rooms With WHEN YOU EAT AT THE p
: cracking; a smile. I II fast that they couldn't hit
I .i, It is in such elementary courses twice in the same place. The stalk: ) j

t3 Math. IVY that Fuller shinCM. is ,still growing, and all attemptsto I j t j GAINESVILLE CAFETERIA i
From childhood he has been blessed get the boy down have failed. i .
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' t with an unusual ability in that i j jd The little shaver is living on green j
line. It is said that when he was ii i corn, and to date he has thrown I +- c'I YOU GET

i inly four years old he figured out I down four bushels of cobs. Them I r -; A SQUARE MEAL 41
: -, Jar himself the irrefutable fact is talk of having some airplanes J J. S. j o
r ::hat two and two makes four, with from Carlstrom field cruise about I f at a .
:so aid other than that of an adding the top in hopes of picking Lmi SQUARE DEAL PRICE
t machine. Indeed, were it no;; up with grappling hooks. Som.- I il') \ :
for tAe-fact that Sir Isaac Newton thing will have to .be dore soon, I i | Druggists J t .....+ OO $. .... .

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LaThfon, he would undoubtedly sur- high altitude he has reached.: I
bass:: even that great mathematician. I
t "What's the matter :with '.Wol II Everything: I ELECTRIC SHOE REPAIR COMPANY I

r A young lady of Tampa, o& bo9g I Alcohol" Miller? He didnt lose .. JOS. J. J t SHOES REPAIRED WHILE YOU
\; interviewed on the subject of I his head during the game, diJ I. t WAIT I .
I ler impression of Fuller, returned he!" J I
"' as verdict "Sweet but oh, how "Oh no; only an ear.'* I If j SERVICE AND QUALITY OUR MOTTO I I:

dangerous.:' In connection with f I III I I:
' 1; TeHer is the originator of the Marable to the dour rat. "A more I K. WINTER, ROOM f.
II Eagle II t
Ieen of the Cave Men, to wit: intelligent.expression, if you can.'' I :j I 19 BUCKMAN I
.""Get "em young, treat 'em rough, Click. "All right; :you can Yo')': t t
and: tell *em nothisg. natural now." I I I4
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Amonghis h; I.t I. ...........
is loth a military man and nn'aUtboT "Aha, said the persimmon, as ........
Among his works are th* the white-flanneled student sat | If you call .
.artery read books "Maneuvers en upon him. "I've spotted you at j again.I t SPORTING GOODS :
--f, :;k'ld: ," and "The Tallahassee last."' Next Tennis I
Door to !
1 iris. Hardware of All Kinds ?
"Please sir," said Bill Keene to I SEE US J
Says Andy Simmons} are Fletch Burnett, HI want a man's I I j
c. r vided into two classes; those who. collar, size 13 1-2." -- ;
; wre&r shirts and those who din THE THOMAS COMPANY I

:sot." Everywhere one sees little: S H Phone 22 J
t '!< groups of men nowadys, heatedly I WEST SIDE OF SQUARE |
The Rat Primer discussing the candidates for the II .
-:, : -X-.dir. sir, thou art an upper All-Campus eleven. There is much I H B. 1\!. .
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.b.ssmh and consequently poss- more competition for the various T T9
t' gassed of much knowledge. I an berths on the squad his year 0
I :about to embark upon the peril'ms than there has been in former STYLEALL
seas of matrimony. I Jack but Walter
r years. Scamp, the celebrated ;
t ..girl. Can'st thou tell me how ti sports writer, and international E -
'f find one.. who would make a go rl 1 authority on both pin THE WHILE : "
1 ..ue: I ochle aId! football, has kindly consented S H
f S -WdJ" said feeshman. In t2I I to make the selections this -- ;

I sponse I can give thee only the t year. With this in view, he is at Our system of operation tJ .-j
makes V
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advice of my father. Reduced to present circulating on the campus, for \ 1,4'
r -iraple language so thatMJ\ I watching the intercollegiategames : I Sanitary I II exceptional values-unexcell- /ft J
1 r it it and quietly collecting data. ed service, > \ \ ""=
11 as follows: Pick a young Udy I Upoo being interviewed by an Alligator t : j I II ,
: .wrhom all p
I from standpoints yon reporter, Mr. Scamp gave
Hunt would make a good wii. out the following} for publication: I Opposite I J ./'
I 69 Short her regularly and you "I have not as yet made up my I I II
'ire IB time fall desperately in I mind definitely about any of te' I LET US II | Suits-Hats-Furnishing Goods V. /\ 3..Ik
4 love ith her. Here comes the important I positions On the All-Campus eleven. I }.
part. Don't propose in The playing of mary of the I II ;
fth* evening, when she is dalle candidates has impressed me very I Dyeing and I J BAILEY, THE CLOTHIERTAMPA

-tp fit to kill, and looks like a much. I am hampered in that thisis !I Phone _

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The glimmer of hope throughthe Will .rise in the heart with a Through the long niglst-such '
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: EXCHANGE NEWS + And fervent affections like blazing scope J spark of love and a grimmer: i
spark To"a'nquish the dread and fear, nope I'

'I + N. D. St. John + Glow with the faith which displayS So Trust will climb the long I Are lights upon the way.D. { -

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+ To the weary traveler just a spark -
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The debating team for A spark of love, a glimmer of II
the Capital
L $100,000 I
I A la Technique: "With seven S. U.-Florida debate is hope, t Surplus, $150,000

victories out of a nine-game schedule of J. B. Hamiter, A. V. Pavy composed, and And faith, which is grow .1g I GAlNESVILE, FLORIDA f
: and no defeat by a SoUt;l- Edward dear, -----------
Everett -
Jr., who
j were
ern team, Tech has indeed had a selected
after 1-
try-outs. = __ _
successful season. Winning -- -- Il
over All
three of these $
men are senior
. J Auburn yesterday gave Tech the law studnts, and Hamiter YOURRAZlt $
was a r-
Southern Championship, land an member of the |
enviable record of performance with !
Mississippi A. and M. last BLADES II t tt I
Iir I for 1922. Had Tech suffered humiliation year. t $

. at the hands of the The contest with FIoidavil' t Sharpened at about one- t I Qi Victrolas and Records ;
.. Auburn Tigers, then it could not be held here
justly be claimed that Tech had Three debates sometimes with this in institu April. third the cost of new bladesSWEARINGEN'S II t t't I: $$

produced a championship eleven tion have been held, two of which I I II D. R. COX, Proprietor TELEPHONE 86
I for 1922. Glancing back over the were won I I .
by the L. S. U. Universi" 't I I
scalps hanging; from the Tech ty. I
all have
belt, men great t I
Reveille. tf! ftr&ftUr&tf5SSfi!
for rejoicing. The has !
e cause season I Opposite Fire Station
been characterized by hard, earnest SUCH .----------- I f
playing, by sublime co-operatbn, Co-eds SACRIFICES I i fi
I and no internal friction. The 1922 at Northwestern have i ST. PATRICK'S CATHOLIC CHURCH
agreed to have : social
team is made up of the poorest ments with University enga:(- I SHIPMAN- I E. :MAIN STREET, NORTH
material that has assembled at men on
Mondays, Tuesdays, WARD
Grant Field in the last five years, during the coming Thursdays I Reverend John Conoley, S. T. L., Rector "W,
.1 but what it lacks in natural ability ;: year. The REBUILT
pledge is taken because the girl TELEPHONE 629
it makes up in fight. The believe
, many dates interfere $3.00
bountiful timber was not availablefor I .
with a college Typewriter Repairing and
man's ath -
I the 1922 machine but the fellows letics. I SCHEDULE OF SERVICES :

II are banded together with ac The Univ. News. I TilE BLOODWORTH Supplies TYPE. SUNDAYS-10:30 A. M. and 7:45 P. M. TO' 4:'
I noble a fighting spirit as has evc'
been seen on the flats.

Shearing time arrived at the Next Door to Western Union I.( ............... ). 11i
II Hats ComplimentedFrom University of Cincinnati last Saturday . ............
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the department of 'Vh''gWho when the Bearcats beat the 'fiYrhtthrtt rtttt rtrtrhtt: 4 Iti
in Athletics" in "Intercol- Wesleyan gridiron squad. Mem- :.
legiate Athletics eve note the following FRESH CLEAN 4 +,
bers of the Cincinnati team had GOOD
I of Florida .
: "University been
allowing their
It. beards to
grow .
Frosh Football Coach J. Acosta 4
until they the Here's the place to 6
won first victory: of get ..
t. has been working with splendid the season. .
t.I what want when
material this fall." you 4
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;you want it.
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hI.J Notre Dame Defeats Carnegie
. Tech spark of love and a glimmer of y !* ANYTHING at ANYTIME : ::
} 'With a white mantle co.crinthe hope

.i".: : ground and the cold wintry And a glow of faith to cheer 'I I.t*+***++++**+**+*+**.*******&*. I LII
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The saddened heart will I
stands, Carnegie Tech went downto struggleand L
t defeat Forbes Field last grope I I
Saturday at the hands of Knule Through the cloud <{hat are "ICjrind I ; f;

> Rockne's Irish outfit from Notra hov'ring near; t "THE HolE OF GOOD PICTURES" "t. r.I
) ,t Dame the final score standingat For faith, which grows will bravely \\Fe Our Own Lenses f I r

),: 190. It was a case of a game cope I ,
)- hard fighting:: team against a superior Through the longest night till I NODELAYQainesVillc 't Official Photographer for University Publications. i! f

" well drilled outfit that had the dayA Kodak Work Returned in a Day I J
} of love and of Florida.. t
an abundance of substitute ma- spark a glimmer I
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terial. The Tartans fought; every hope -
,1 < minute of the game, but were unable Are lights upon the way. -ft I NORTH SIDE OF SQUARE t ;

to consistently withstand the: ,- I
> varied attacks of the Irish or to The lights from homes shine into .trtrl.. rtr..+r LrUU\rIL t Irlnrtrlnrtnrll OVERlILLER'S I
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.j make any sustained advance towards the dark I I
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occasion the Plaid cohorts did Hearth-fires with humle devotionmark

r manage to register three first -1p

downs in a row,but they were soon Bedding, Pillow Cases, i
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and Norris'"ille '
Another interesting itt"11in th-J: :

realm of the Military news of the Fla. i, /4JJU\ We Keep Everything for Your Room
campus is that of the ce4 patcompetition i
in th0 rifle meet. It A. H. DoranFor I
tight be stated here that the company 1
who has tM most men oi Bicycles' and Bicycle \ \ e rI ,

the varsity team is most likely toxvin Accessories l J"oli F"
the cup as fifty points cro I 232 East Main Street SouthIIEARST'S Service *

j. given for each man who takes part / GAINESVILLEFLORIDAI'
in any and every event. The first 3
meet of the year was MId on Friday I .
: last, when Eraorys team shot IgIiT r rI
\ against the one from the Ua'- SUNDAY: AMERICAN

"N>Sit of Tenjiesse It is urged i I

that as many men as possible go ATLANTA CONSTITUTION s=
out for the rifle team so that ll1d I.
Emory may make a good showing 5 -PAGES OF COIICSS i CLOTHING, SHOES AND
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Contends La. Championship "On the Corner Every Saturday I I -- +J": FURNISHINGS ,*' {-:.

Night : ;
Displaying a nifty brand of I :
Ene pluegig and end run$ the I p. H. GILLEN, AGENT
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Centenary College football .
W.sJ.sdy afternoon eliminated: i ;

another contender for state gridiron "- 1 I

honors:State by Normal defeating sqo&i.the of Loeisi".via Nat OTTO F? STOCK I Ij i G I rI

oMtocfce. La., 2S to 7 at the StataFair. 3 Good Clothes

T victory pots Ae Centanry ; 1 TAILOR It I jj at I

GeaUemen on an er ea with
the Tulaa Grc Awks cf t ANDDRY I Popular Pricesat I
New Orfeass for honors as othercollege 1I
',ig teams of the. state I GAL\TSVILLE, FLA. j
<, iui Timers, LoaKiaas Tech 1 CLEANER I Ii i BURN'S I %
and Loyola Wolves have eitherbeen II

defeated. or held to tie scores: I I Phone 354 {I I #

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,'! t' : ( Major Van Fleet, Who Has Been of Ian
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Ra Dickson, Whose Educated Toe Has Gunn the Gator's Towering Cen- uable Assistance
"Shorty" to Coach Kline
!t: t "Ark" Newton, All-Southern Mention and I I
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ter, Who Turning Out a Football Machine to
<< :4: Gator Star HalfBack. Helped Put the Gators on the Map. Northern Circles. V Proud Of. Re

; ; ; COMPANY RIVALRY DR. MURPHREE GIVES BAN- I man lays the foundation for his on the shoulders of Rat Turner Engineers for a loss of -fifteen-

QUET FOR .'FOOTBALL TEAM I future career," says this spea with him as a perch reached and yards on the Engineer's fifteen
er. pulled down the flag in just four yard line. Lorraine was attearp-

\ $ FEATURES U. OF F.if' Continued from Page One) I Major Van Fleet, as coach, tells minutes and forty-five seconds.' Ing to pass. Then with a seresof

If their oratorical abilities on as- of the hard work which the squad What a cry of victory went up cross bucks Scotter of the!

MILITARY UNIT signed subjects of whom Joe Mar' willingly performed and says no among the rats then as they ran A. and S., went over for the
rin was the first. With "Why is hardboiled :stuff is needed among about congratulating each other. touch 1own.

I I" f Dickson's Age?" he'. did himself Gators.. "Only fifteen seconds more and The fourth quarter: was tie sf*.

:.. Rivalry between the companies credit by giving reference for Now the big Coach Kline comes we'd have beat you," say the sion of the final touchdown.
the story'of Dicksori's life ard
:. Is growing keener each drill neii- up and says brains and spmt I Sophs. "Wood Alcohol" Miller, the star
the wonderful/merits which he
;. od, and it is now becoming a makes the football player. "Cle<,nI : And the rats sing, "Oh, we rods player of the A. and S., made
displayed in Florida.
question as to which company tan football is all these men p'ay.' the Sophomores on a rail, en a 25 yards from a long forward
:1 f turn out for drill looking the best. Shorfy jGunn next elaborated on I This team is 50 per cent bet*('l rail." pass and was downed or the thrsi

t .. The company officers in new u'it i- "Why /\s King Duncan'?" Mr. thar last year. No team in t'!,e Floyd; Ferris was starter for the yard line. Neither field goal Wit

.. forms, puttes, and Sam Browns Gunn' et the crowd on earth aga nwheoocthe South i; able to whip Floridanow rush and Markham: and Norton kicked.
{ do much stimulate the "dre sup" last of his oration he ," Coach Kline. I
to says were time kee ers. The junior The season started last Tu *-
t t I movement now in vogue within referred to what "Duncan did last After "The Bear Went overt Class had charge of
when the
nigh1O F' I aranijemerts. day Lawyers walked
:: the several companies. The !.e Mountain" and "Old Aunt .
'ltt f.f over the Teacher's College for a
military Science III are also beginning Dickso n the man with the tdu- Dinah had a Farm" the greatestof
score of 9 to 0.
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t J to make their appearance catedtpe?. one of the State's pride Florida's football banquets dis INTERCOLLEGE FOOTBALL
7 more creditable in their made to in ,plunging the line, received persed. The first half was uneventful
I order outfits which are now .ir- much'..applause for, his discourse and neither side scored, but ties
riving With the remainder cf on "Let's stop at Grenwale;' du"- RATS OVERPOWER SOPHS I Teachers seemed to have the elgeon"
(Continued from
;' the battalion in well fitting ing which time..he told of his par- AND WIN ANNUAL FLAG Page 1) their opponents. In the second

blouses, speaking comparatively, pose for coming to the Utniverty *:- I RUSH I team representing the Engineers. half the Lawyers came wt

which have been pressed and have this season, and praised highly (Continued from Page 1) The scoring was done entirelyby strong. After several unsucces-

i "; the shields properly attached, we the brotherly spirit of the men wedge, and the other a yelling the Arts and Science team in ful like plunges by the Teachers,

have a battalion which should rival in our football machine. bunch making a second wedge. the second half when they sue Gus Beasley caught a short pant

in appearance any other unit Duncan in his sympathetic Planner The Sophs arranged a party to ceeded in capturing two touchdowns and ran ten yards for a touei

; ; in the South. It is believed *.ht arose after .Tis introduction meet each attack.As and winning 12 to 0. down. In the try for point, Bib

we already do so in other lin <;. and expressed his profound appreciation starter Floyd Ferris' signal During the first half both teams Little. the outstanding linesmanof
The work of the past week has to the boys for thei- the two wedges moved inside the were unable to make marked the Lawyers, failed to kick <

been quite successful inc1u(1in! .; hearty co-operation, when he also' ring and it looked almost certain gains and the ball see-sawed goal. .

the practice parade whine was the enlarged the idea of fellowsripin that the Sophs -would be crushedin back and forth with no score*. In the last quarter, Little succeeded -

first one staged this year, an.l his "Bunch." no time. But their advance In the third quarter, Whittaker, in booting a nice drop kick

though in no way perfect was to Jimmy Boyd-"Our greatest guards broke up the wedges in star end of the A. and S. paved which added three points, and

' i the credit of the battalion. manager yet for the Gators," says no time and the field was soona the way for the initial touchdown gave the Lawyers a score of 3

Virtually every day shows the Dr. Murphree-to the delight of seething mass around the when he downed Lorraine of the to 0.

fi freshmen hard at the sighting anti I all unfolded the sec, t of the

aiming exercises under Captain hotel affair of the trip to Tulare. tree.For ore, two, three, four, min, --- .

Atkinson and Captain Ryder. They Mooiman Parrish representing utes the Sophs battled off all the j JOHNSON'S PHARMACY

are spending considerable effort the business' men and also the Freshies that were able to get II Drugs, Medicines, Stationery, Toilet and Rubber Goods

to get perfected in these XH.: people of Gainesville spoke on near the tree or the flag through: J We guarantee i 1 attention
personal to Prescriptions. Only
rises that "The Point of Contact. This Champlin had leave his : '
"- so they may be quili- to high I purest.drugs }J ed. Low prices; Quality 'considered.I .
fled to shoot the gallery course talk which was tertativesly consumed perch. After about four minutes Gainesville, Iflfrlda. .

i immediately after the Christmas contained the wisdom ofa and forty seconds the end ap --------- ----_- -
holidays and be eligible for the man who knows. **In footaal! I peared. Rat Harrod climbed upCoach -- --- -
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I. The Sophomores are beginningto .. i! VISIT US EVERY DAY t
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understand the mechanism of "It
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the Browning Automatic Rifle s' fffciently 'r.:'

to take one down and '''?' i '. I You Know How We Stand on All College Matters I
then put it together with some
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{ degree of skill. By Christmas ------------- ,
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they will have arrived at a stara -----------
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of sufficient appreciation of the .{JJ i FLORIDA BARBER -
weapon to be allowed to on I
I'f r ::1 WEST SIDE ,
the rarge when they return it;> .. I t SQUARE fJt
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January. They are under the in- : J I Guaranteed Service and Courtesy is our Motto 4

ttruction of Captain Van Fleet. J. C. PREVATT, Prop.
The Junior class under I L
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H problems of field engineering. t' ., ;

expressed by; one member of the d ;
'. class, they are over their head) I I
{ in "trenches"' with "obstacles" ; t.'I"'I"I :

E. ; coming rest. II I

The Senior Class has recently; I

I lad a change of instructors, Captain a L I .
Atkinson ""
going over to the.
>+ r ; Freshman in Rifle Marksmanshipand ,3.' : !.

are now fightin in Tactics under ";. PIANOS PLAYER PIANOS

Captain Amis. Since the! EDSON
course is but beginning and is : SHEET MUSIC _
j conducted entirely within the STRING INSTRUMENTS

r rl class room it can be expected that KELLY MUSIC CO. Next Door to MilW
more severe encounters will bo
; experienced when the active zone '
T i is extended to outof-door regions.


i The Executive Committee of tha 1
University of Florida Dames is s, .. _.

anxious to have the names and t. Z -. -- MILD HAVANA T -} (II
L addresses of the wives of UtdTersity T
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of Florida ;
students. -
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I Please telephone Mrs. C. L. c '
2_ ELI
Crow. 432 J leave CO.
; 1 i ,or at the U0iTersity -
A Library. K.ine, Whose Fo tball Tactics and Distributors e .
Tireless Efforts Has Raised Florida From -*
Patronize Gator Advertizing an Incidental to One of the Outstanding S oC';'..' ; Tampa l\liami. Jacksonville
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r C r 'p ( U' -I FOR A GREATER FLORIDA DUE. TAMPA. DRESSEP FORUM LN GYM %ED. (if 19!Y (aturRa~bi: CTu i 0 -I S. 511. iN'.O HE j (0 fI'r'' 4. GA TORS END BR! WANT 239 POINTS ROLLED UP OPPONENTS IN SEASO I SEASON WITH AGAINST 51 FOR N OF NINE GAMES FI(OIEU FOOTBALL APMflHfPS TIES RAS ('OERm Sil NDw WEEK WA% kAN 'A FiA USJI ht A ~ *~~* ir V. -*4 -fltr1t~~~t r TEA! DEFEATE FOUR el T1 Dit WCRNR[1l HA BAATJ FQ$R F(%IThALI WIN X'L~~ I V ?< 4.~.*( -nfl .. -In ;'nr,~ ~tn, Wa: :1 1V:W1 .1 .tr~.-( ..* U Si AU ~T -"p.


pit,. I ~1 I I ,1'i 1 hi'ry ha -&);Jlr If t. -Stciad +. -I -I -I 1101 ida Alumni and Teacher, NOTES f ht tatt-at 'i"rn a 1>1lIlt. T 11a >tt I li. > -ri' V a, ~ a F I 'Is. ~ I'''' II 4 1 meitbtirS if Adap atI On," "L I 1wr aw arded thI dii A f* 413. XwtIl pize for "Select ions From ~ + wa p trilUhtiti nott' d + i v nI Ud -t 4 1~1~ .s 4 Xv I-, are P. he r I-urj, -]l~, I Lt all iflt! tidI\ g I >tdtt At ~t I Jat k -. I An t Dr. L. aar 0' ii, FIRST METHODIST (lI1ItuH 9:40 Sunday Schol II -. Enwahl, Teat h. it t Class. .*, ,.bh .'. .tL_ --+5 Scatter Sunshine with Chri'tun I A Greetn(id >"1.7 But Mtjunz No I We hAvl tih. vtn iml N ORAH URTO IvLTE AA Lvcot t T enoe I, F~UI ii I -1 I -1 n F I? WI St~ ,lr I> i~'-t I, 12 F: I! 4 LI I ltPt Dr t "az K < I LI L~~T'V ~Kl'~ a yr 'It -k Xl:. u I u I p.'t bo t I! u I aI ~~iTI!' -a "i'S I: I-u1k .A~--e ~ati 5' -*4 3. 1K I V. >1 Itiki na'. .1 h~iIi II xi. \QTIL F II lit Id' 'D~t' It K I K :1 DI 'I hI Ft ii .'' Ii t I it JI. dl'n !I. FI,,.sa to r XWamI -:. at -1>:'t 2' V ''U I-I I Li.-. >1 tp ~'iI 1. II 1{LP t ~I-ii -l 1I C P.1 It I A II. B'.t' '1'au III > a2 2w I.I BtkIu It~' I. FLA. U. BOYS-This Vs Your StoreI p p e \ecme ftIt when in TamCluthe well be glad to serve you. WOLF BR OT HERS Tampa II 1! IPMINTS TIN vies and jprIcv--til %J to NICK I I ('OLSON \ie Wflt -Ifl sleeping 1)1CK 8' IP)lAYER we p4 m'4 STfI)DENT twm i to \t1 1* H IZ(0%IIN(. Pt>. aL C -tI >91 P at \11 11)4) U ~ hit \NI( iht r THE FLORIDA tLLICrmR 4. 4 +' + + + + U' 'I X. )VE RST REPT B. W. AMES 4. *44+ +4 ++ +4+ + 4+ + ALI2INI ja I I 4 that V Lt 0. it Jamllet N. V2the alt I' Pjr tr a \ LI ( ar( r tam Kv tt u Al I,. I-' LII -A ~1 -I a,I1\N h I I V V -V. plo LI t I. 1' I 1 I, I I. I I, L at I S J'% li I', ~ Ii I i o-4 .-\ ." PIANOS! I 'I A II + + + 3 Bistol, was e ? u n u h d and Ahtone l're-ing n a


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PAG! por THE FLORIDA ALLIGATOR * V Entered office at September 29, 1912, at acts of Mlarch Assistant R. A CARLTON WV. RUSSELL KING K. K. HANSEN _. FRANK ELMORE, EDGi B W. AMES. M. WV. OVERSTREET N. D. St. JOHN VIRGIL M. BRADSHAW D the Post3, 1879. Editor-in-Chijet Managing Editor Managing Editor Sport Editor M1ake-up Editor Joke Edito Society Editors Alumni A4>t Alumni .Exchange KeeS A flng, foot of the tie ofl Aggits Friday the ,mtercollege ot potrulde a11 and wil Io into th fu eve tha ar interelas necessitate ing the intercass football 4Th 'tnas. played asboy,. Furthermiort io te bastkt ball up til a fter the Pet> I the near tr~t-. [Jr Manunster a pimpts Ii chi ck, the Y. M. if water I .Gamble, M1artel. J. ). :>t. jehi> Ii t u-I' 0 foi ha V3fc imholidays. all their t im~e wvishes to fit mee.' a good swi F loria at Tue-day. December 12, A. building Iz I,Con I tarn the u-sefuln'" Asletttt jd at t d.' ti t amtnt fflJ I 1.? al~( Ihan tjpiti the walls oft is wittcn mnajIei I Bu ne: Eu'.eu ( ong e''imnil every >tate is the educ at iin At 11! )0ranc I but lorg before the otfi ur svr cf the you thI of aL'amist >tatvandl America. of (jur en]hgh tmiept field (if ScIence, art wVOCS ar ii e I ( Omm iandr I ir w hose If undlation, % Amhri can Cn o fOr fatIiic It In America, I'" ~ of that \\rot Ame ricans Manager: i\Ianatyer 1. ba ry at it, youth tirst Itraced gritat I a Ihariet aga11nst ii:u the (''n-tifo he tgliit ifin ha'. l) te~d s tr1d Ic AXL i Ow-lh1,eglon. -, ) hamupin n peole in the' V.1rk :e th. ml B) th t; m Thu'as Ih mbe 1 Lub*b per p tuinl t'i e Aiiigat i hd'ert e. OF { and Kr' U "'it tt&i ti t ~t] A I tIc, 'It--'it>!? OT t.a I R,'p.m 22 'h> t N t-]LI', g A I: LI I~Ut NJPA' fit p "I U TI' -ity U 'I it g 'S.Jul uP /A1 1 ~iaiI. I I-t I hie I'>tt I I i n ii~ I I m 4t 1+ the fir-' 'ois Ji t i on (all S\ t zeV a upfln &s 1r ILegztn: Ah .)',i < It Am ia INa ovir thC the net., >Iii he ( till/Pn I reiL -' .11, Pt V -. I a "'-11 ) to 4 2 three x~ ear think Hut it' I ~ ~ I st, In we of the \-ite >ults iwears our: ii I XI I hn cn t $25 14) 50 KEAT WARREN CO. I: I On acaolnt Lawycts an1 as second class matter, Gainesville, Florida, unr 'I Reporters: Usner, Dor Sibert, T. i W~e~t. G. H. Bee, W. Lrnmon>. K. E. G]enn, C. WILSON Ansistan \Wa-hington ('irIl thLs sentence: these words, We do not knmw xwhose lips first uttered anid tur UCwtre IaId, pat riot it men and women ,tehkn I t utin a bulwarK anarchy na'!e provisioni a n d .1f al] Since thun we and i inustrV we ha Xe made t rem cndl0Us we have been negligent. talise 'f the nt-w Natijona] Amnerxca n opf*41I(Zttloll I .7 S -I yv, but im the Ignorance a tf the worLI Legion fo rthe ol the t-ntn i zh Ittder, the Amn-r>a Am eri can thojaht ILtgIn }'ledges its Ihe-t elt-; to join in thittmm~iendabl( U Idr the w\ sent> the \Oie of the Ameri all the voice of the American as in no other plate / 192(4. kt;AK A~ ~Cu 30 AlA Ft KODAK t n. ming team ar struei n.lertaking.'' upon earth,


Law. took it's course on. day it, to TrackshiaI(,ne. IN FORENSICS CU1t 4 I priesentatives lit.-ria y The sa,, selet ted Se.-enit-a .rom, eah >Jc.ety on the canpa judges are not to bf tromn the college J Iim the debate. Thee d~,ebatmIlg vcfnte-t' hell tot>hge-an ally en t're (ampus. judgt, grade the teams by w4haIh are nigbtnmar to all uppuoing safeties. Lawrence SEar with (Cas playeri his fit,, the G atoi vla. In displayed a brand of spercd and tight that made himI a .ipal a running mate for the toin, at halfba-k. T'e Cer tentage The Womr lin teim IA Dig the owtst percentage w.~ill dibate the itampo.n Uf SitU, y s-i t thurt. imt t he tn thet Stewart LPumt-roy Sprt-iiy fey playe d third year this season, and '4ork as received an aiisaiier Jf his aby fi< 'othti a PAGE FIVE 1' 4 the ll -a, l, S e a, t.; wrk of It i.tfl Um loai twite3aVit. th,. first s:ilg log rt.,dy ti At sit tht-r bigger tanat whe ,Uth a *op1>'tUI8> they ni'.et ftil.I ton the hail a large amount of coninent mn every game 'ii which nc performed,. Fur the wit the team n' i thet iimht-t ptrcentag. flu f ls. Tht3 ~ t the Fat a iid i' g gt w I g tetmni enmI' I ii, bu: LI (up .t muilJt a tuiiiu trpe-i mimt 1-. t'htwO bett: mleni couldha. be beei. 'und tho Art Dioty anti Robb:e Robsr;> T hey arc fast thargog tackling men, who B haNt habit of alw.ay. ft gtt>g h i I I m a t he opponent s h. pp'-'aty tni vup au iut from th f lvii mets -\t p -t m he J1 lit, U d La".r A' V loelatiia La (lit hg w it' SFac-l 1< lni P Ut I iwytr a I thaN The Iittr lt gait gin Iiht mbi and Rhit titan f a IkI tamrlV det-tr> -m 'ii iiuti'ie ii -' ittrlou lilt lii TI. -.ts and dhf'.1r oUr tAm .in thl m .wram at U thny iojtI Ig large that the'. fact Fi r th ld teie iapa InL bhlt 1 a IC a I i-t& V upr tti. it'y b th -t iwe t e'ngth I ttL1 ini Murph e.*4> ot A 11.1'.& atn Ci II Mlat' K9 It a i~ I >1' By id Eu it. SThilt mt Sctt aid Hlidgr a w4onilerfu Up,, t thy iltpe all -t IIl t at p n .L pridtilt dthat t' guat pmnsiurn w null tiut to tne ime'.pt I tnlt ii, thy Juiaty r' sert .truV-i ijinresults II "t'. Il'l In the pi'. pi"t1 ":h .s" sh,, er1 F r had Rau", F It I It h tic a'te it jae P t Na. Ona. S. Fu". Bta Il -Is ..,a -'t 1, i r !'1H (I Iih II 4'' e bt it In'I--u -t u IGu V stii thi *o, litral. -.p ako a bard fast sap lie wAts a jeel~ V I qui k ha. ,s Idf, is -. t.< =& h~ ues s di La I) L.wss w fl"r. I *.*S E== == *I= *e -i SS s A 'V FIghte Er gie pass a goout cid. opt .,z a longlUll C; T rIa play-r g ieat I t kit. ii 4 I.~ s e Col rhe e e teen., ave who aerie Glo alway ma >

PAGE SIX 4. 4.H\SNy LvT+ HASNATROCIIES j.I. IU 111 a glitr. LIat'. I i $hLLuhr ffitat t'*tm. Ititu'n \lub Mon nda: t *1 N) '' -. iti"" L. u gh .1 *"1 as wah &i h n anof trng~ an elrtf, A"t I n irt :'quei tt1 with nIUnti Hae rI think that th-Er i kcyj HiL ~~iitt jbtt~ .4 it --S Ithi 1. il["LV k. 4% *tn appi, i' Let I t .it tih p m > Li lit itt E I, I Vi.> XI N I LI! "'* in t Xli ii' nl(i%*i 'ii 11:1 Al ii Ii -V. I El! I L 'L X -I L I> K. I q 'U' lilt Kit II 1 wnoS w Ito Landon I .sd ril I fuller ii V. 'I II j t F I.V TI N I ,r'k K K ii I, XIaVLbIt to ii> iitII I>t 1 i~t 'I*, I 2 3 ''hi 'I NI I! U k-C I'. I -~ I'll XI' ~ -. 'II i.t.t ~~I~tII XI ~ "I it, Id' I. A\iierbach. Fine t'undies 9 HORSEY & CO. i GROCERIES ~ I(nn,-Q th orwithout9 lanid 9 ru2i11 W : Phlonetvtt I J. .IIEYKINR) 9 I uiSgit LE .honeD : Eagle Barber Shop EXPERT SERVICE Xi. H f .lu ca agniI. -F Ii .,nie ou'll call Nt IIhor to \ iachua Cafe IPALEY BOY!) sea Neiw Lin eut [niverits leweir' and Statlit F r. ,,rt meni gof Peiiiiant s lre-hmIan ( I) A -a a a a a a a a 0sa -*a e SHOES IIEJ~AIREI) AMERICAN SHOE REI~AI1? (OM1'ANY~ Called for and l)eii' ered W4,, h Ilked$ TELL '1'. I'. WINTER. A(1EN1 .8; itt ~' \N 4 a -ass ass as a Ossa 055 a Ce. I Greenleaf & C. osby ('oiipanv '9 or' Ituts. EtcJEWELERS ,JackSOnlViII. Flora iAled tees S Uitt a -CI \ViI fI) a~s I rch (I I Gt' IY I-ri 1' t I Vt In u flp n tnt It1>-.( pI hi 1-i II-, '1 I -K' I I $ GAINESVILLE CAFETERIA: + AS(I? R 9 LECTRIC SHOE ItEIAIR (oAlhI.\N '9 ~ s)ES [tEl' RED WHifii 'i( WmI I SER\l tUE AND QLAjiTy (Jil oriio Vs'TCDENT REPREsENTA~xr\ E--I. K. n1~ NILt O R 9 ~19 lut (KMAN j. a s--e-st le s S4~ S FootballI uI. 1Hardware of \I h ind, THE THOM1AS (AflIPANY+ + ,,h S 3m-' hi -~ SI 'V nflI di 'I / 1< ri / 4. At ~j ta K IA!' "Mt A her a~ 4*, t.s. dorc Sn., Au IS V U I, M It THi-: FL SEE Vidal Drug Company FOR DRUGS, STATIONERY, TOILE'I Al: !C1ES CANDIES, SOUVENIR CARDS, WATERML N PENS Basement Language Hlal ALIIGATOil em -ue oRIIJA


,,*4l**4**tt**4t4 *************** 4* 4. EXCHANGE NEWS N. I). St. .Jcihn a P' The glimmer thl haze, Ani fe rye r~ ~park (;IA~ ~ k *-.pni k boy, PAGE SEVI.N ja' -So Tru't V. >1 & lnrb be A A~t igh> way ough slope DIA I----------------0ratd' $FIRST NATIONAL BANK Capital ~o~bo' 'orpera Id 1888 CaiaI 0000Surplus. S150OOO GA N EMS IIE. VIA Ut! iD p I I I r ---_-_---_-_-_ 9 II)LRlRAZUUOR GAINESVILLE FI1INITI'RE (jOiPIANY ri i\! ILADES9 I I 9Sbhirjne'i at al out oneIitroas and Records 9 D .II. CON. Proprietor TE'LIEPHON E .,S I I SWEARINGEFN'S Tb. , IAT II)EAL CAFE ____ ppositv ire Station ________ __________ -. liii', Ill hit It CH (I S CR ilh ES I'im is --i ,' '' i 1 Iii 'ii ii I I 'I III }l.t~t :iI V.41. I II ~i ta ii' 1 _1' tlriy II II 'A < 1-C Sb. ii lIg -----~~0~~ TI w 11 -$3 III S upl, IIIIIiU))1D itIHI I'PE\\n FElt AN I HEI' ari (A) I IA N \rst 4. r to n tI '2 *T PATRICK'S ('ATH K. AIN 5,TREET N ) TH' I' I 81UNLAYS--lu Si A. 2! WEEKDAYS-? SO A. M. kit-, .nmplimnent id III l~ItI~IIlii~ it At xl l I' u 1'1.l ., ,. x Iii II 1 Ijimn IIn It i It K U II I~ I II2 t ~' 'I liZ It (''I''-' 'I 1~ 2,' A c K' GnnTId Gui @i' i Lenses \0 -DELAYW F 4rldi I -~ ''N X IMARABIE'S ST'I'II)( 9 "THE HOME OF GSH U II HES"' Official Photographer for I nn vrsit' Publications I Kodak Work turned in a jDay NORTH 811E OF SQUARE f OVER )IIL EH'S \ *~ I ~ICI \ SRUt)'F I I \ REN A L S I Az IAI itn18tt" S and Nvrris & t O. (In dir N A. H1. IDoran Io b ~ e Ite nti ftc' -F i Aliiz 'trt t I u 'U liE xRSr.S -1N IAY AMERIt \ K 'I'--'I' -'N.I. I cu-i 'S ~~t1 .4 -I-. S '4. / -4 Sheet N\(i\LDiiL Ti I Nyu Ku~-I 9 -Qualify Se~ce CAINESVIL LEFLO *000 00 00 0 0-00 0 0--~~ I LA 'I U' 1 (hamF. aa I h II b th' 1"' -I iii it bu. 1 I I. *i I, .I 'I IOIC ( 'ItH jC 'ml it Ut C V L -4 e 4, ThE FLORIDA ALIAO ALLIGATOR h haatma a tu e o SCHEDCLE gy u s when th a r } t i 1 i i n } up n ine s,


TrIE FLORIDA tLLICW PAGE EIGH T ~. ~nt '1 4 'I. 'I I S lt >41 *. C 4, .* 'svr tra~r -;~~: t{~7 4 -,;~-~ t P 5 I~ UAt .4 I~ -r '-.6r I K -' ilii .4k T H H I No> u (jTE t}i (t* -f;ur ( ~\Ii N i'~tl >q, \Iu fl It h ( n lr Lid' a \> T .i' COMPANY RIVALRY FEATURES U. OF F. MILITAY UNIT od. tu' Lu '''I Ir -or ,. thle ~btt hat Ii. vial I-a ii he wi n'lid Tie w been uI the aal tt first 'ne '4 .m -+ -(pil lim -u I pitt' -tng' Ii mii '1* IIN II l~ 'k'i g II i, n n 14 'al rnltirgt m! hi' Ii lilt, U yi prt w., I lay -how the -ihting *' tam Rvtei .in thete ext I. 3 mnay bt qjti elill sir tL, J.u111 mIan Dr all ht IM ti"1. I, '-' ('0 'IA -il *t m n -mt (P I-n I -lit i~ B LI'' hi .t \\u4' ** ul V \ t b T1 2 LI -I. hIt, t ii t'i 5 I Th h ii''' II.1 r't It' ii Kin F p Au'it ")' "i th< Si 'all mI' I'.mi 1Ii !li t FL P Wha tt ''l gt I *,ltm ,Ii' im Ia. han, L .1 "I -(tot 'I' I; It N 1< is \ T rT. bawfort 'II '-I (i*a taal of lisp Va ii hi t-ne& h tip the -pasti p t he 'le. urnh.' Boyd I lager yet for Mlu, then-unrIded tI I auffaiu of t ""ip rmn I'a bus""i "iSr talk w iid a mtn ymh)4 -I K \' ~ E1P Fit ~\I ~\ \N i \l Ut sl I.-' d it *,f hi h. ti. n I o t i [I t ft i' COu, git. the (Gator-." to the dthgh he stt o' hi t Ip tio TIu rrah 'tnte .I"r li" al'" la of G;a4 t'OInt 0! Conta which was P, tat lrntaonet the w.h, hnow tt ii I t' s 'Id; -Iin lu Io i I\TN'IF( 01 Lin 4 iI% IO S ICrnuccd from1 Pace irh -,ish.-ma i .g an Ine eCUh it ta k. tEim ai it lorkgt nbhnci il that the So'phs would be ml Nd tiulw. But their ruar.' Ibrokt up thu 'wte l. imk. a"'d the fiel IwI a s' ething nmaaround tIle I 0 i}t' I wo. thlei ful utethe SopI>. battled oil F i t hi' that were able lear the tree or thr flag Chaim;In haul to leave h perch. After about four and fmt, ;ee.,ndr thi @1 p att IR8 H~a, (d clinm It K 1iv -.1 t uhed hie o I. H gm dl apump Io m, fitharslin, .'g h r "jib omi .' T Duo wee & g air' bat-h In, t star I the w. kit ap iahd thh fh thd rid tif thb( ax fur dih L I 4)01 iitml I'e Ii wAher thex Bg t2 n mak ball with n uater, A an' ait al I K wI tI I it (coe, Whuttak SS. Da tou hdi uhm he -* Ix tth : '*P thi .t I th hI (tu 'ii ----C -Cee 0* 00 I JOHNSON'S PHARMACY Drugs, Medicines, Stationery, Toilet and Rubber Goods I ~We guarantee personaI attention to Prescriptions. Only purest drugs used. Low prices. Quality considered Gainesville, Florida. I VISIT US EVERY DAY THE LYRIC THEATRE You Know How We Stand on All College Matter, FLORIDA BARBER SHOP g ~WE8T Sll)E SQUARE Guaranteed Ser' ice and (ourltu I, our \lnu. .i. P'llEV' A TT. I i op. I. S. LEATHER SOLE SOCKS Milk l inishtd I th mi iri. which ad sttC, -r 4~. ItB S V + 4 -0~ 9 9 I -1 ~*2 I '' N 4' I' I 4 r rttr\\n 2 '1.'1 a .f u om d .w d I he r o downeo Loiraine o t' a l I i. imt e 1 u t q e o o \

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